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Three phases are in Wound Healing
August 26, 2010
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General structures of viscera Hollow organ Parenchymatous organ The reference lines of the thoracic and abdomina...
MUTATIONS Mutations involving nucleotides Point mutation Silent Misesnse Nonsense Frame shift mutation – deletions a...
What is the difference between NSTEMI and STEMI?
Acute coronary syndromes (ACS ) are divided into: 1. STEMI - ST Elevation MI - the classical MI 2. NSTEMI - Non-ST Elevation MI....
Anatomy of the Brain Stem
External features Anterior view The anterior surface of medulla oblongata is grooved by an anteromedian fissure,on either side...
Axial Bones : Ethmoid Bone : Sphenoid Bone : Temporal Bone: Facial cranium : Inferior nasal bone and palatine bone : ...
General feature Thin walls, larger lumens, venous valves, venous plexus Two sets of veins: Superficial vein is a term use...
Cerebellum and Its Motor Functions
The cerebellum, has long been called a silent area of the brain, principally because electrical excitation of the cerebellum does not c...
The Gallbladder and bile ducts
Gallbladder The gallbladder is a pear-shaped reservoir in continuity with the common hepatic and common bile ducts through the cystic ...
Difference between kawasaki and scarlet fever
Kawasaki disease include: (mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome) Definition : Kawasaki disease is a vasculitis of medium-sized arterie...
Sexual appearance of fetus at (second to third month) (third to fourth) and (at time of birth) of pregnancy
Sexual appearance of fetus at (second to third month) (third to fourth) and (at time of birth)of pregnancy.
Anatomy of Larynx
Larynx Larynx is the voice box & it also serves as an air passage Extends from root of the tongue at the inlet of the larynx ...